Don’t Wait, Django … Shoot! / Non aspettare Django, spara (Edoardo Mulargia, 1967)


(Stanton) #21

[quote=“The Stranger, post:19, topic:1608”]Too bad. :’( I ordered the Simple movie DVD.
Ok. If the movie is not good, at least, the big book boxes look good. ;)[/quote]

You never know, maybe you like it somehow.

Edit:

Oops, just noticed that Ennio had already said the same …


(scherpschutter) #22

The Review of this movie has arrived, a little later than expected maybe …

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Don't_wait_Django,_shoot_Review

There’s more coming up on this Vincenzo Musolino, later this week
I’ve assembled some info on the man (only available in Italian); I’ll see what I can do with it


(The Stranger) #23

[quote=“scherpschutter, post:22, topic:1608”]The Review of this movie has arrived, a little later than expected maybe …

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Don't_wait_Django,_shoot_Review

There’s more coming up on this Vincenzo Musolino, later this week
I’ve assembled some info on the man (only available in Italian); I’ll see what I can do with it[/quote]

Good review, Scherp.

Yes, the scene with the roof. Where is merely remained the roof? :wink:

But overall, one of those films that proves that it is not always a large budget is needed.
For me, better than the films that made Vincenzo Musolino.


(scherpschutter) #24

[quote=“The Stranger, post:23, topic:1608”]Good review, Scherp.

Yes, the scene with the roof. Where is merely remained the roof? :wink:

But overall, one of those films that proves that it is not always a large budget is needed.
For me, better than the films that made Vincenzo Musolino.[/quote]

Do the screenshots look identical to the German DVD ?

Yes, this film is better than the two directed by Musolino. I guess he was a better actor than a director (or a writer)


(The Stranger) #25

[quote=“scherpschutter, post:24, topic:1608”]Do the screenshots look identical to the German DVD ?

Yes, this film is better than the two directed by Musolino. I guess he was a better actor than a director (or a writer)[/quote]

Yes, the screenshots look identical to the German DVD. Should be the same material.
Funny that the on-screen title is in German. An Italian DVD and a German titles. ;D
The German DVD has no extras, except a few biographies. What about the Italian DVD ?


(scherpschutter) #26

[quote=“The Stranger, post:25, topic:1608”]Yes, the screenshots look identical to the German DVD. Should be the same material.
Funny that the on-screen title is in German. An Italian DVD and a German titles. ;D
The German DVD has no extras, except a few biographies. What about the Italian DVD ?[/quote]

No extras at all, not even a trailer or biographical info, only a menu (thought I mentioned that under ‘DVD’)
The menu is beautiful, by the way


(scherpschutter) #27

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By the way: The title is the only thing that is in German, the rest of the credits are in Italian


(The Stranger) #28

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Oh yes, the menu is beautiful.
For comparison, the German DVD.

By the way, here is the cover of the German DVD:

Failure notice?
Yes, it is of the movie Lo voglio morto. What a mistake. >:(


(Stanton) #29

You nailed it Scherp, only that I’m a little bit more positive on the film. And I generally like Ivan as leading actor.


(Stanton) #30

Database comment for this not so famous film:

Fine little SW made with prudence and without pretentiousness. Starting with dynamic scenes of riders accompanied by a galloping rhythm and ending with a dynamical circle of action, Don’t Wait, Django… Shoot! is in between built around static shots of several groups of waiting people, which are located at 5 places (two ranches, a hideout, a town and a chamber above the town). What the groups (or parts of the groups) set in motion is a bag with 10.000 $, and absolutely logical for a SW, every movement leads inevitably to betrayal and/or death.


(Dillinger) #31

Hey Scherp! Cool review there!

I’m so glad you included a pic of the roofless house!


(ENNIOO) #32

It’s made my morning.


(Dillinger) #33

Sherp is a true altruist!


(ENNIOO) #34

Cannot argue with a confident man.


(scherpschutter) #35

Good way to describe Dillinger


(Dillinger) #36

Thank you! :smiley:


(silver_emulsion) #37

Just watched this one and have posted a review of it to my site. I really enjoyed Mulargia’s direction and I’m surprised at how polarizing he seems to be. This is the first movie of his I’ve seen. This one could have been a lot better, but it was enjoyable for the most part. The score is excellent.

http://silveremulsion.com/2010/07/09/don’t-wait-django…shoot 1967/


(tomobea) #38

I agree with you!!! This is very good western and he is VG Director as well!
He made westerns like: W Django - Cjamango - El Puro…


(silver_emulsion) #39

Right on! I’m looking forward to checking some of those out.


(Dillinger) #40

yea, there’s still El Puro for me to watch. Tanks for reminding me!